There’s a new pop-up restaurant called Tincan in London’s Soho that offers gourmet tinned seafood dishes. The interesting small restaurant (designed by AL_A architects) uses OLED lighting panels as the main lighting (in addition to some LED down-lights in the bar). Tincan uses 16 circular OLED lighting panels produced by LG Chem . The designers found that because the OLEDs emit no heat, they can use simple 3D printing materials to build the prototype designs (actual end products were made with aluminum spinning method). Read more about A new tincan seafood restaurant in London uses OLED as main lighting

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A new tincan seafood restaurant in London uses OLED as main lighting